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Moses at the Burning Bush

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“Tell me frankly, I appeal to you—answer me: Imagine that it is you yourself who are erecting the edifice of human destiny with the aim of making men happy in the end, of giving them peace and contentment at last, but that to do that it is absolutely nece...
1314 BCE
On the 15th of Nissan of the year 2447 from creation (1314 BCE) -- exactly one year before the Exodus -- Moses was shepherding the flocks of his father-in-law, Jethro, at the foot of Mount Sinai, when G-d appeared to him in a "thornbush that burned with f...
Moses was absolutely sure about G-d. But he doubted his people.
One of the first things that Moses asked G-d at the Burning Bush: They're going to ask me, "What is His name?" What is the significance of this question? And what is the meaning of G-d's elusive answer?
G-D Upholds the Covenant The children of Israel could no longer endure their terrible suffering and persecution at the hands of their cruel overlords. Their cries for help, their supplications and prayers, coming from the very bottom of their hearts, pier...
Soul Boost for Parshat Shemot
His flames fully engulfed you. He consumed you. Yet here you are. Still around. Still alive. You’re functioning.
Moses was born in Egypt during the enslavement of the Jews. His parents, Amram and Yocheved, were from the illustrious tribe of Levi.
A deeper reading into the Torah narrative of Moses at the burning bush sheds light on his special character.
Do we need to sacrifice to be a Jew? A chassidic story and a lesson from Moses at the burning bush.
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